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The 2014 UNITY Midyear Conference is underway. A copy of the conference program is attached.
The following story is from a July 15 UNITY News Release.
More than 1,400 Native youth leaders converge
in Portland, Oregon for the National UNITY Conference
The National UNITY Council, made up of youth representatives from affiliated youth councils, hosted the proceedings, as they were responsible for developing the agenda, which tackles various youth issues in Indian country. Native youth face similar challenges as all American youth but statistics show the issues such as suicide, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, and high school drop out rate are dangerously amplified. Once the conference was called to order after the ceremonial lighting of the UNITY Fire, youth were immersed in leadership development through educational keynotes, activities, and workshops focusing on the areas of spiritual, physical, social, and mental development.
The video below includes highlights of the 2014 National UNITY Conference.
Also, a couple of the UNITY Conference News segments are linked and viewable on YouTube.
And, there is a growing number of conference photographs posted on the UNITY Facebook page that you may enjoy. While you're there, click on the like button and help push the page over the 3,000 subscriber mark.
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